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Christmas tree anyone?

Nope… It is not a christmas tree. It is part of the 30,000 signatures collected by Amnesty International requesting an end to illegal land grabbings in Cambodia also exhibited at a demonstration where more than 11,000 signatures collected in Cambodia on the same topic were handed over at the National Assembly… See here.

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CAMBODIA. Phnom Penh. 17/12/2012: Human Rights activists at a demonstration, 'Gangnam style', to deliver a petition of 11,202 signatures on 258 t-shirts, coming from 24 Cambodian provinces regarding Human Rights and land issues to the National Assembly,

CAMBODIA. Phnom Penh. 17/12/2012: Human Rights activists at a demonstration, ‘Gangnam style’, to deliver a petition of 11,202 signatures on 258 t-shirts, coming from 24 Cambodian provinces regarding Human Rights and land issues to the National Assembly, carrying a tree with signatures gathered by Amnesty International also exhibited there.

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